Anawangin Cove is located in San Antonio, Zambales. An undeveloped paradise tucked into the Zambales mountains, some five kms away from Capones Island in San Antonio, Anawangin beach is a popular camping site among outdoor and mountaineering groups. The unusual presence of pine trees on the beach instead of the expected palm trees makes the place a photographer's choice. Its cascading yet refreshi ...
ng crystal clear stream outlined by tall pine trees provides a respite to the intrepid traveler. Its near white sand courtesy of Mt. Pinatubo is a setting for a wonderful playground for beach lovers.
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My Anawangin Cove experienced was a bit different from the regular blogs I read about this beautiful place. Let me start my narrative from the day we're supposed to leave with my friends.
It happened last May 2016. I, together with my two friends planned to see Anawangin which is known for campers. Although we are were not that adventurous but we appreciate nature.
The tour operator told me that he cancelled all the trips to Anawangin due to big waves. But because there’s no weather advisory or whatsoever we were hard headed and went by.
We arrived in Olongapo City at 2am because we ...
Summer is around the corner! Is there a better way to enjoy the season than frolicking in a beautiful beach? Yes, and it is called island hopping—a must-do activity during these sunny months. You won't just visit beaches but also secret lagoons, coves, inlets, marine sanctuaries, and more! We gathered 25 of our best island hopping sojourns, and we highly encourage you to visit these paradises.
For our foreign readers who don't know what this adventure is, island hopping refers to a recreational activity of cruising from one island to another. It traces its activity back to World War 2 whe ...
As a designated lakwatsero of the group, I was again assigned (for the 3rd year in a row), as the planner for our department's yearly team building activities. And like our first two trips, the group decided that it will be another camping trip... and this time we unanimously agreed to visit the popular backpacking cove of Anawangin.
The Anawangin Cove is one of the most popular destination for campers and beach goers alike. It is the nearest cove from the town proper of Pundaquit and is currently the most visited and developed amongst its neighboring coves and islands like Nagsasa and Capo ...
Last May 2013, my aunt invited me to a trip to Zambales together with her friends. Of course, it was a chance for me to relax and travel so I agreed. We all gather at around 2 am in Session Road, Baguio City waiting for the driver who will drive us going to Zambales.
Upon arrival, my aunt had a discussion with the boatman and some people about how will our trip be – the accommodation, food, boat transportation and places we'll go. Anawangin Cove was the place where we stayed.
The island had comfort rooms, open cottages, camping tents. After we settle down and rest, we explored the area ...
Anawangin Cove is a scenic place with a legit camping experience no cell signal, no electricity, just the beautiful sea, tall agoho trees, and cool breeze. Though there are a lot of tour operators offering roundtrip packages to Anawangin and neighboring islands, backpackers can easily reach this place with just P1,500.
Artist Jason Mraz once shared, "My home isn't about being grounded in one corner of the planet. It's about being in love and being lost in the middle of an amazing adventure, witnessing sunbursts over horizons of every time zone". I couldn't agree more… Spot on words that have never been spoken.
A cove is a small, circular to an oval type of bay or coastal inlet, usually with narrow, restricted entrances.
The Philippines, being an archipelago, have some well-tucked and serene coves perfect for swimming and bumming. These coves are ideal places for swimming because they are believed to ...